Through a generous grant from the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation, St. Joseph’s hosts a lecture series with noted Irish-American historian Michael Doorley, Ph.D.
SJC Long Island history adolescence education majors Steven Karl and Sean Murray spent parts of the summer interning at local history museums.
SJC Long Island alumnus John Andruszkiewicz ’99 prepares for his first school year as principal of James Young Middle School in Bayport.
Zachary Morales ’20 studied abroad in France — learning more about the place his family comes from — as part of a spring 2019 faculty-led program.
More than 1,200 students from SJC Long Island will graduate during the campus’ May 28 commencement ceremony at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Civil Rights Activist Bettie Mae Fikes and award-winning producer Pierce Freelon spoke and sung to SJC Long Island students in honor of Black History Month.
Outpacing all predictions, enrollment for fully online programs at St. Joseph’s reached 500 students in fall 2018 — a 400-percent increase from the first semester enrollment of 99 students.
St. Joseph’s College is pleased to announce the introduction of a speaker’s bureau — a collection of faculty available to present on a series of specialized topics in Brooklyn and Long Island.
SJC Long Island’s Heather Barry, Ph.D., history professor and American colonial historian, answered some questions about Independence Day.
St. Joseph’s College hosted New York State Middle School Association’s (NYSMSA) Sixth Annual Teaching For Tomorrow Conference on Monday, May 21.